Loose Women’s Kaye Adams brings show to ’emergency’ halt amid Christmas row
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    Loose Women was left in chaos as Kaye Adams was forced to bring the show to an "emergency" halt.

    Kaye, Nadia Sawalha, Kelly Holmes and Linda Robson were discussing their Christmas meal preparation routines with racy quips aplenty.

    Kaye insisted she'd be fine for anyone to "take my giblets out!" while Nadia was insistent that basting and "making love to" a turkey is her responsibility and nobody else gets to take over the "creative" exercise.

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    But things quickly descended into chaos after a quick ad break, as Kaye announced they'd had an "emergency" message from a viewer.

    "She needs a vegan starter for Christmas!" Kaye announced as the panelists frantically tried their best to come up with something delicious.

    However, it was a vegan sausage roll from Greggs that won the day – leaving the stars of the show in hysterics.

    Elsewhere on the programme, I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! star Scarlette Douglas confessed she's just secured a Green Card and hopes to land a big presenting gig over in the USA.

    The A Place in the Sun star quit the Channel 4 show earlier this year, and alongside her ITV reality stint has been at the helm of My Dream Derelict Home in the Sun on Discovery+.

    Scarlette was also keen to reveal a behind-the-scenes secret from her time in the jungle, revealing that the cast members had a secret way of telling the time.

    I'm A Celeb stars are forbidden from knowing what time it is, and can only gauge by the time Ant and Dec enter the camp each morning.

    But Corrie star Sue Cleaver had a trick up her sleeve, as her blood glucose monitor to help manage her diabetes also told the time – so her co-stars were always super interested in "checking her levels".

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    The show later hit a much more poignant note as Brenda Edwards broke down while rehearsing Bridge Over Troubled Water, as it reminded her of her late son Jamal.

    She reflected: "I always sing this song in church with my family," before reflecting on the impact Jamal had on her life.

    The panel will be performing the emotional hit song on Britain Get Singing on Christmas Eve.


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